Hotel Atlantic Kempinski Hamburg
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Next Stop: Hamburg. Took a train from Bad Doberan and change at Rostock Hbf. Our stay at the Atlantic Hotel. Few minutes walking distance from station. About the Hotel: Kempinski The Atlantic Hotel, known locally as "The White Castle on the Alster", is more than just a hotel. First opened as a grand hotel more than 95 years ago, About the Wellness …
... After Oma made us pancakes we drove to Hamburg airport and flew to London. My dad’s friend Chris picked us up and we stayed with them. He has two girls, their names are Delila and Tabatha. We played with them and we made jokes. We went to bed really ...
... Michelle and I have been in club and danced. Simon was really good at the Melbourne shuffle....I couldn't figure it out. I will just have to YouTube it later and learn. Of course we end up going out the night before a travel day, but least Celle is not too far away. Tomorrow we are off to Celle to see a brand new place in small town, ...
... a nice little breakfast of
yoghurt and bread. We headed out into Hamburg with the intention of
joining the free walking tour – and so we did … for about 10
minutes. I was feeling pretty ****** and couldn't be bothered walking
around for 3.5 hours, listening to the history of Hamburg (as
interesting as it may be). So we ditched the group and walked around
the shops for a couple of hours, getting lunch at the supermarket. ...
We were going to do the free guided city tour, but when we arrived we would have been the only ones so we didn't go. Since the guides all work off tips, we didn't want to feel obligated to have to pay them more than we would have normally. So we decided to do our own city tour and just go to the places they go. The first stop was St. Petri Church, which was cool. Not the best church we've seen, ...
Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Atlantic Kempinski Hamburg
We booked a "great" deal with Expedia and after a well earned weekend away were very much looking forward to our trip....
Excellent value, top hotel
In my opinion this hotel represents excellent value for money for a quality hotel. All of the staff, (reception, consierge, room service, etc) are incredibly helpful and polite and seem to go out of their way to make sure the customer is happy. Maybe I'm just not used to this level of service coming from England!
Not so special
Stayed there from 8th to 10th of April 2006. Booked via lhw as being amember. Recieved room upgrade. Room was not renovated at all, pretty shabby.
Hotel staff is ok.
Sauna, Pool ok. Massages all overpriced, unprofessional staff there, one vene wore damaged clothes, took them 5 min. to reopen the safe at the SPA because its so old...
Food can be very good, asked about vegetarian food, not much on the menue, told them to do something for about 40.- Euro. That was the best part of my stay there.
My boyfriend and I stayed here for a weekend in early December and found everything about the hotel to be comfortable and inviting. The rooms were very well appointed. We jokingly rate all hotels we've stayed at since as compared to this Kempinski. We were throughly impressed and would gladly stay here again in future.
We stayed for a weekend in the "Hans Albert Suite" which has a superb view over the Aussenalster and Hamburg itself. The Hotel was decorated in the style of the late 19th century and some parts seemed to be original. The hotel is located in the vicinity of the town centre and it takes only few minutes to the train station and airport.
Nice staff but stuffy hotel
The kempinski was fine, staff excellent, breakfast way above average. i probably wouldn't go again for two reasons. first, i would prefer to be somewhere either right in the centre (four seasons) - with cafes right next door and so on - or somewhere in a more beautful setting. second, i found the whole place slightly stuffy, it needs a bit of modernising and it all felt a little bit oppressive. room service took 45 minutes and this was at 1 in the morning when there couldn't have been too many other people ordering food and i was starving and tired.
Not a 5-star room!
Overall, this hotel is beautiful! The staff was very professional and courteous. However, our room badly needed to be refurbished. The carpet was stained, the wallpaper was peeling, and the furniture looked as though it had been purchased at various fleamarkets. Upon check-out, I filled out a questionnaire and left it with the front desk. Much to my surprise, I received a personal letter from the hotel manager several weeks later apologizing for my experience with the room. In addition, he informed me to contact him on a return visit for upgrades.
This is truly a gorgeous hotel! I hope that the room that we stayed in has since been updated.
We stayed at the Atlantic in October 2004 for a 3 night break. The hotel is very posh but the standard rooms do need a refurbishment. The staff where very polite. We found it very expensive to eat there and the bar was also expensive. The location of the hotel was ok a 15 minute walk to the town centre.